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Sep 20, 2012 5:00am PDT
it is too vague and interferes with interstate commerce. supporters argue the force-feeding of ducks and geese to enlarge lives is animal cruelty many series of i-team investigations led to the ban which went into effect last july 1st. >>> california's planned high speed rail cleared another hurd. construction on the 68 billion dollar project regulators say it meets guidelines. high speed rail authority hopes to break ground on the first 65 mile stretch next year. the 68 billion dollar project still faces legal challenges from central valley farmers. >>> mountain view police advising residents and commuters tomorrow's bay area fly over of endeavour might cause a huge traffic jam -- [ inaudible ] we showed you it departing from houston, texas where the shuttle spent the night. it will spend tonight at edwards air force base before flying over parts of northern california tomorrow. coming up at 6:30, katie marzullo will have details on when and where you can see it right here in the bay area. >>> coming up right now, let's find out whether there will be hiccups in our weather, ho
Sep 11, 2012 5:00am PDT
other e-commerce companies that allows e-books to be sold at a discount after the government accused e-book publishers of price-fixing. don't count on job picture to get better before the end of the year, 72% companies plan to keep headcount the same. as for trading, lower close for stocks yesterday on concern about debt problems in greece. don't believe everything you hear about how to get rid of bedbugs or head lice, ftc says there is no evidence ingredients in best yet can deal with the problem. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. >>> katie couric's new afternoon show kicked to have to an exciting start yesterday. today she will sit down with amy copeland the 24-year-old student who lost parts of her limbs to flesh-eating bacteria. then a spin with danica patrick all of that at 3 p.m. on abc7. general hospital airs at 1 p.m.. 2:00, who wants to be a millionaire, jeopardy 2:30. don't miss katie at 3:00, followed by abc7 news at 4:00. >>> if you watched the morning news yesterday we were talking about the latest dance craze inspired by the style dance video now it has --
Sep 17, 2012 5:00am PDT
california this morning. he is set to address national convention of u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce in los angeles. he will speak about sacrifices hispanics have made in helping build the nation and economy. he's expected to accuse the obama administration of squandering those sacrifices. hispanics are a key voting bloc in the election. >> president obama's attention will be on china today. set to announce new trade inment against beijing during a trip to ohio. white house targeting chinese automobile and auto part subsidies. people in ohio blame china for hurting the state's auto industry ohio is a battleground state. >>> governor brown says he's willing to live on the cheap if votes -- if voters turn down prop 30. he recently ate a two-day old tuna sandwich to prove his point. he told the paper he's not replacing things in his office. prop 30 will temporarily raise state sales tax and increase income tax on the wealthy. >>> strong typhoon has left tens of thousands of homes in southwestern japan without power and now it is moving to korea. winds of 96 miles per hour. the storm crosse
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